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    BSFN For Inserting a Media Object

    Hi All,

    Did Anyone used any Business Function to insert a Media Object Text into
    F00165 File? I know there is one called B0500047. It is not working as we
    are expected. please let me know if there is any other Similar type of
    Business functions.

    Thanks
    Prabhakar
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    Re: BSFN For Inserting a Media Object

    I've used the B0500047 w/a good deal of success.
    What's not working w/it for you?

    There are various system functions for m/o's,
    primarily for use w/in applications.

    Search this forum for recent threads w/my
    name for more info.

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    RE: BSFN For Inserting a Media Object

    I am trying to use this from an UBE. Can you give me the details and about
    the parameters you are passing to this BSFN?
    This BSFN Was not inserting a Media Object test for me. May be I am doing
    something wrong or missing something. could you please give me some more
    details about this B0500047.Is there any BSFN I have to use before this?
    Thanks
    Prabhaka

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    Re: RE: BSFN For Inserting a Media Object

    Attached (hopefully) is a (partial) ER listing from a
    table conversion in which I used B0500047.

    You need to define your data structure (GT55xxxx)
    if it's a custom data structure.

    Multi-part keys are seperated by a "|" (pipe).

    Dates are in YYYYMMDD.

    You need to use the BSFN "Get and Validate
    the data source for an Environment/Table"
    (B98700) prior to B0500047.

    Good luck, let us know what happens.

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    My thanks , it's very helpful document.

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